Hydraulic Home Lift


  • Max Height : 40 ft
  • Load Carrying Capacity : 300 Kg
  • Door : Manual or automatic (depending on customer requirement)
  • Speed : 0.15 m/sec or 10 feet in 20 seconds
  • Power Consumption : 3 HP single phase or 3 phase motor
  • Power Pack Unit : Single speed, solenoid valve operated.
  • Control Panel : Microprocessor based collective simplex selective control system.

Why Hydraulic home LIFT?

  • More economical and easy to install
  • Lift can be made within available space.
  • Minimum 900 x 1200 mm of space needed for lift of two people
  • No electricity used while coming down. So cost effective in electricity bill saving energy.
  • Overhead machine room not required (reducing construction cost & time )
  • Very small pit depending on customer requirement
  • Can be used for internal and external application
  • Suitable up to 4th floor (40 ft.)
  • Very less maintenance cost.
  • Safe option and customized.
  • Works on single phase / three phase.
  • Can be fixed on old buildings and apartments.


One support wall is necessary for clamping the hydraulic cylinder. Which save RCC work of side wall.
Side wall can be constructed by using fabrication work with glass aluminum / UPVC sheets.

We take utmost efforts in minimizing cost of lift by conducting site visit and satisfy customer needs.

Our product services includes

  • On site visit
  • Checking construction work required.
  • Providing place for control panel and power pack.
  • Customizing lift designs.

Safety Precautions

  • Emergency safety switch provided for quick stop
  • Usha marting 10 mm 3 wire ropes used to handle load.
  • Cabin frame is integrated with safety clutch break for rope breakdown fall
  • When power failure occurs lift comes to ground level automatically.

Some seniors opt to sell their multi-level homes and purchase a bungalow with no up and down obstacles. However, that kind of negates the whole concept of Ageing in Place. Yes, they get to live in their own home, but it isn't really their home, the one with all the memories. The cost of purchasing an elevator is substantially less than buying a new home, not to mention the cost of packing and moving

If the home is a multi-level residence, running up and down the stairs and moving large, bulky items can be tiring for anyone. An elevator adds to using the home conveniently.
Surprisingly, a home elevator takes up less space than a standard stairwell. That opens up a house and increases the useable square footage. This also adds to resale value. Elevators can be installed flush to the wall on the exterior of the home. Or they can be built in a way to open up space that was unused

Residential elevators have always been a symbol of luxury, and that is still true in our modern world. However, the cost of parts and installation has gone down, so more people can afford one.
We will present design options, explain the power mechanisms and propose a project plan from installation to follow up maintenance packages.

A residential elevator can improve a homeowner's quality of life and ease the demands of their lifestyle. Over time, the footprint for a home elevator has decreased. The technology has improved enough that the overall cost has decreased. That gives more homeowners the realistic option of installing an elevator or including one in the design of their new home.